Category: Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup: Kate Brunotts, Ian Huschle, General Crush, Deva St. John and more

Kate Brunotts – Gemini Opening with Bon Iver-esque vocal samples, Kate Brunotts’ new single ‘Gemini’ quickly builds an experimental Alt-Pop soundscape before her haunting vocals enter the fray. Moving through punching vintage electronic drums and reverby atmospherics, the track builds towards it’s breath-taking instrumental sections. Like a more accessible GRIMES, Kate has a really original, …

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Weekly Roundup: Raeya, Emma Danelon, Domo Wilson & More

Raeya – Escape Nashville Electro-Pop artist Raeya exploded onto the scene a few months ago with her single ‘Just Wanna Say’. Now back with the follow up ‘Escape’, she once again delivers on her promise with another etherial, affecting alt-pop tune that stays with you well after the first listen. Reminiscent of Imogen Heap, Raeya’s …

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Turtle Tempo Weekly Roundup: Rush Midnight, Marlee Quirarte, The Jacks and more

Rush Midnight – Take The Long Way Having already made waves in music press, LA duo Rush Midnight are no strangers to success. Their unique blend of indie-pop and bass led nu-funk has seen them gain features in the likes of Pitchfork and The Guardian; with such prowess on display on the new single ‘Take …

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Turtle Tempo Weekly Roundup: Joe Traxler, I Am Boleyn, Richard Orofino and more

Here’s a selection of tracks that have made us giddy this week: Joe Traxler – Don’t Dance Opening this week’s roundup is the ultra-cool Joe Traxler with his new Indie-Funk bop ‘Don’t Dance’. Floating in with boxy, slap-back delayed drums before settling into a chilled, bass led groove ‘Don’t Dance’ instantly sets the tone under …

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Turtle Tempo Weekly Roundup: Punk Angel, Orchards, JK The Sage And More

Here’s a selection of some of the best tracks that we’ve discovered this week: Punk Angel – Karma Starting this weeks roundup off with an etherial beauty, Punk Angel’s new single ‘Karma’ is an excellent example of psychedelic Dream-Pop. Opening with echoy layers of vocal harmonies, Punk Angel instantly sets a moody atmospheric tone before …

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Turtle Tempo Weekly Roundup: Dutch Criminal Record, Hunter James And The Titanic, DIYA And More

Here’s a selection of some of the best tracks that we’ve discovered this week: Dutch Criminal Record – Hey Charlie  Coming just ahead of their new 5 track EP ‘It’s Gonna Be Okay’, Dutch Criminal Record’s latest offering ‘Hey Charlie’ see’s them at their vibrant, uplifting best. With layers of bright, modulation tinted guitars, a …

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Turtle Tempo Weekly Roundup: Dunx, Roye, SVNDRA and more…

Here’s a selection of some of the best tracks that we’ve discovered this week: DUNX – I Land At Sea Ireland based Alt-Rocker Dunx really demonstrates the uniqueness of his sound on the new single ‘I Land At Sea’, capturing an essence of 70’s rock whilst still retaining a modern, commercial edge. Blending layers of …

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